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National Republican Senatorial Committee website hit by Russian-linked virus: researcher

A U.S. Republican Party website selling campaign stickers and other political gear is among thousands of websites infected with a credit-card stealing virus that sent data to a server in Russia, according to a Dutch security researcher. A page on the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s...
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